Theatre Re’s The Nature of Forgetting is an exploration of memory loss based on neurobiological research and interviews with people living [Read More]
Welcome to Theatre Bubble's Coverage of the London International Mime Festival 2017
Reviews and news from the London International Mime Festival (LIMF) 2017. Keep up today with all the action from LIMF as its happening. LIMF was founded in 1977 by producer, Joseph Seelig, and mime-clown, Nola Rae. It is the Capital’s longest established international theatre season. Taking place each January, its programme spans the spectrum of contemporary visual performance including live art, physical and circus-theatre, mask, puppetry, movement and object theatre.
Stephen Mottram is, without doubt, the closest thing to a veteran of the mime scene. With over 30 years in [Read More]
French circus company Sacekripa present sixty minutes of ‘lazy one-upmanship’ as we’re invited into the ramshackle home of faded variety [Read More]
Tonight I’m thinking of going to see the Oscar tipped, star studded, international sensation La La Land, in the beautiful [Read More]
Berlin based Familie Flöz present a master class of mime, puppetry and ensemble theatre. Set backstage at the grand opera, [Read More]
‘Physicality is a truthful language’. So said Amit Lahav, Artistic Director of Gecko, when interviewed a few months ago about [Read More]